Open Source Cloud…

Currently I am researching options on Open Source Cloud solutions.

https://creativeoverflow.net/the-10-best-alternatives-to-dropbox/ is about 10 alternatives to DropBox.

http://www.tecmint.com/free-open-source-cloud-storage-tools-for-linux/ is another article on a few options.

OwnCloud appears on both these lists, https://owncloud.com/  Using Linode or other possible commercial hosters to host your own semi-private cloud solution or mirroring your local system to them is another thing we are exploring. Linode https://www.linode.com/ , AWS  https://aws.amazon.com/ Amazon Web Services and some other possible commercial cloud providers as mirroring options for our locally seated/seeded solutions.

https://storj.io/  Is another one we’re reviewing.

https://www.cyberciti.biz/cloud-computing/7-awesome-open-source-cloud-storage-software-for-your-privacy-and-security/ is another article with a selection of options that are encrypted and self-hosted.

.dec

Update ~ October 26, 2018:  A company out of San Diego, California has launched a product and software. Antsle (https://antsle.com/) is a hardware and Operating System Build System they also have a software only offering (https://edgelinux.org/) EdgeLinux 

They have a dashboard for their hardware they call antMan (https://antsle.com/product/#antman) Their hardware offering antsleone (https://antsle.com/product/#antsleone) is configurable with options and external expansions.

Currently getting mixed reviews from what I am seeing in my research.

This may be a suitable starting point, from what I am seeing of their product specifications and options.

.dec

 

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